To install KVM on Fedora, open a terminal window and enter:$ sudo dnf -y install bridge-utils libvirt virt-install qemu-kvm <enter> Next, install virtual machine management tools:$ sudo dnf -y install virt-top libguestfs-tools <enter> Start the daemon:$ sudo systemctl start libvirtd <enter>$ sudo systemctl enable libvirtd <enter> This is a required step to use Android Studio's … Continue reading How to install kvm on Fedora Linux
To check for updates in Fedora 32, open a terminal window and enter the following commands: $ sudo dnf check-update <enter>$ sudo dnf update <enter> This will look for updated rpm files and ensure that the system is patched. Note that "dnf" works similar to "yum" used earlier on Fedora.
Android Studio upon being freshly installed displayed the below error message in the event window: Emulator: createOrGetGlobalVkEmulation: Warning: Vulkan 1.0 APIs missing from instance This error is due to the Vulkan APIs that are not needed if the computer has no graphics card. To overcome this error, open a terminal window and do the following: … Continue reading How to fix Android Studio error message – Emulator: createOrGetGlobalVkEmulation: Warning: Vulkan 1.0 APIs missing from instance
It is strange that Linux Mint has such great sound effects in Cinnamon and they can all be heard, but they do not work on the Linux Mint XFCE desktop. Fret not. The effects are there, but the sounds have to be enabled. This applies to the XFCE desktop in any Linux distribution. To enable … Continue reading Enable login sound in Linux Mint on the XFCE desktop environment
To open a LUKS container file in Thunar file manager in Linux, right click on the container file and select the option Open with Disk Image Mounter. This way, the LUKS container will appear as Device in thunar and can be mounted.
To use only 2 cores of the CPU of the computer, do the following action after opening a terminal window in Linux, where Device10.avd is the Android 10 AVD created: $ vi ~/.android/avd/Device10.avd/config.ini <enter> Change the values in red for the below parameters in the file to those in blue as below.hw.cpu.ncore=4 hw.cpu.ncore=2 Save the … Continue reading How to enable Android Studio AVD to use only lesser number of CPUs than available on the computer
The default Android SDK installed with Android Studio already has the adb application installed and it is the latest. The error ADB Binary found at /home/user/ adb is obsolete and has serious performance problems with Android Emulator appears only if from Android Studio, menu option, Tools -> SDK Manager -> SDK Tools, the Android SDK … Continue reading How to fix the ADB Binary found adb is obsolete and has serious performance problems with Android Emulator error in Android Studio for Linux
At times, Android Studio just slows down while indexing files on the Linux file system. To overcome this problem, some files like Thumbs.db or thumbs.db can be prevented from being taken up for indexing. To do so, start Android Studio and select the File->Settings -> File Types. Then at the end of the list of … Continue reading One more way to speed Android Studio in Linux
After installing Android Studio 4.1 on Linux, one of the biggest issue was speed of Android Studio at startup. To improve speed vmoptions64 or vmoptions needs to contain the setof lines in blue below. You can change the file using a text editor as follows by opening a terminal window: $ mousepad ~/.AndroidStudio4.0/config/studio64.vmoptions <enter> or … Continue reading How to speed Android Studio in Linux by changed VM Options
If you install the AVD with Google Play Store, you cannot modify the GPU from Automatic or Hardware to any other value. It appears greyed in the AVD settings. Some of us do not have graphics cards on our systems and therefore, this setting has to be changed in order to enable Android Studio AVDs … Continue reading How to change GPU mode for Android 10 Google Play API Pixel 3 AVD in Android Studio for Linux